Trevor Hall hails from Southern Californian, and his music sounds like it. Though modern gobs of gooey pop and crunchy rock and roll inform his songs, it's Hall's way with reggae that give his songs flavors of barefoot, coastline kind of living...the kind of thing that gives all of us curmudgeonly, east coasters pangs of geographical jealousy. His is an uplifting craft; one powered by themes of devotion and community, and packaged together under the title of his new album, Everything, Everytime, Everywhere. An all-encompassing title indeed, but apparently inspired by a rather specific piece of advice Hall picked up in India. We'll let him take it from here.